A new publication from our group led by Dr. Jennifer Schrack shows that a combination of low peak capacity and high energy costs for mobility contribute to rising fatigability with aging.
On the successful completion of his oral exams and progression to PhD Candidate in the Department of Epidemiology!
A new publication from our group (led by former ENGAGEr Dr. Liz Salerno (NCI)) suggests higher perceived fatigability is associated with greater rates of cognitive decline at follow-up.
On the successful completion of his doctoral defense seminar!
Amal received the New Investigator Research Award from the Health Sciences Section of the Gerontological Society of America for his work on accelerometry-derived physical activity patterns and brain volumes.
On the successful completion of her oral exams and progression to PhD Candidate!